Kurt Vonnegut's Module Analysis

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Theodore Sturgeon, an American science-fiction and horror writer and critic, called Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle “appalling, hilarious, shocking and infuriating” and argued “it’s an annoying book and you must read it. And you better take it lightly, because if you don’t you’ll go off weeping and shoot yourself.” and this is a very accurate description of this Novel. Kurt Vonnegut has a very dark and twisted sense of humor in this book and it may not appeal to all people. You have to be a certain type of person that has the same sense of humor as Kurt Vonnegut to truly enjoy this humor and this novel. Cat 's Cradle is Vonnegut 's novel about the day the world ended. Vonnegut makes it easier for himself to get his point across by adding jokes and
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